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    side pocket, Cronesense

    ... to find out where I'd mentioned Turkey and political systems.  Of course, as you say, the two aren't the same.

    If you are referring to the below from the large blockquote up top in the section I titled "Jingoism and the Initial Celebration of War," it is from "Introduction to the Great War" - The Great War and the Shaping of the Twentieth Century (PBS), as mentioned in the footnote.

    True to the military alliances, Europe's powers quickly drew up sides after the assassination. The allies - chiefly Russia, France and Britain - were pitted against the Central Powers - primarily Germany, Austria-Hungary and Turkey.

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